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Which of these developments led human societies to develop farming and herding techniques during the Neolithic Revolution? A. Human populations declined greatly after an era of intense cold. B. Climate conditions were no longer ideal for indigenous plants to grow on their own. C. Large animal species on which hunter-gatherer societies depended became extinct. D. People needed goods to trade with the other groups they were starting to encounter.

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    C I'M A 100% SURE

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    @Minecraftdude1524

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    A MEDAL WOULD BE NICE

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    d

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    Well which one is it? @Minecraftdude1524 and @LegendaryClasher

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    D

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